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SMS - Functionality

Do you support Inbound and Outbound messages to Short Codes?
Yes. However, some Services/Online platforms ONLY support SMS to Wireless Numbers (AT&T Wireless, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile etc...). Because we are not a Wireless Provider, our Numbers will appear as Non-Wireless.

The same applies when these platforms send messages from Regular 10-digit Phone Numbers. Sending side has to permit the use of Non-Wireless Numbers.
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Here is a list of Companies/Services that support the use of Non-Wireless Numbers:

- Amazon, Apple, Bank of America, Binance US, Booksy, Bumble, Capital One, Chase, Chargeasap, Cash App, Coinbase, CRA(Canada Revenue Agency), DivvyPay, Ebay, Everbridge, Facebook, Gemini, Google, HMRC(HM Revenue and Customs), Kohls, Lyft, Nixle, Paychex, PayPal, Porkbun, Seamless, Signal(msg. app), Sodastream, TD Ameritrade, Uber, Vanguard, Wells Fargo


Here is a list of Companies/Services that DO NOT support the use of Non-Wireless Numbers:

- AdWallet, Discord, PayPal Credit, Ticketmaster, Tinder, Twitter, Uber Eats, Yahoo

The above is not a complete list. It is derived from User feedback. Note: The Platforms can change their Support for Non-Wireless Numbers at any time.